Check out the videos below where ARPwave Guru Jay Schoeder works with professional golfer Aaron Oberholser, demonstrating revolutionary training techniques based on ARPwave technology. These basic exercises work not only for golf, but all sports, well at least sports that involve hamstrings and triceps, and quads and biceps.
“While doing upper body conditioning we are still attaching the ARPwave to the lower body (hamstrings) so the muscles of the lower body can elongate, so they can hold position, for stability, so there is no wavering going on, no shifting back and fourth.”
“Three upper body exercises: Rebound Front Delt Raise, Upright Row, Bicep Curl.”
“And the cool thing about this is that we only have to do a few exercises and a few repetitions of them, once you see whats going on.”
“We are working here the anterior deltoid, but in reality we are working all the muscles of the upper torso. Because when you catch a falling load the law of humans necessitates that all muscles turn on proportionately the same as the primary as the primary mover. In other words, all the muscles in his whole thorax, his arm, his shoulder, are all accelerating and decelerating, at a very high rate of speed, and a high load. The 3 pound dumbbell, falling 6 to 10 inches can become 18 pounds, then with the force he puts back into catching it and reversing the action, it can go well up into the 50-60-70 lbs range.”
“It’s just like the golf club, it feels light, but when you are swinging at high speeds, it’s a different story. And you want to prepare in the same manor as you are preparing to decelerate from those extreme velocities.”
“It take a good 3 months to really master these moves without dropping the weight, and obviously, the more you intensify the signal from the ARPwave, the harder it becomes and the more fatigued you’ll get.”
“The way we determine how long and how may reps is when fatigue sets in, when you begin to lose position, that’s when you stop the set.”
“The electrode on the hamstring is there to send a signal to the hamstring to elongate and to create a stable base. The ARPwave will eccentrically contract the muscles, elongating them so they are relaxed, and it sends a signal to the brain, that this is where I want to be when playing golf.”
These were three upper body exercises used along with the ARPwave technology to create golf fitness in just a few minutes a day. Our next post will highlight the lower body exercises to complete this workout.